Vision

We want more retired senior horses to experience this.  Do you too?

My first horse the day I picked him up. 26 years old.

My first horse, Chaco, the day I picked him up at 26 years old.

Same horse six years later at age 32.

Chaco six years later at age 32.

My second horse when he first arrived. These are the eyes of a shut-down horse.

My second horse, Thunder, when he first arrived. Notice the distant eyes.

Same horse a few years later. Notice the engagement in his eyes.

Thunder a few years later. Notice the engagement in his eyes.

Currently, God’s Window is housed on private property that can not take any more horses.  Our vision for the near future is to move to a larger facility to be able to rehabilitate more retired senior horses and give them sanctuary in retirement.

We would like to have internship/volunteer opportunities for people in the community to get hands on experience rehabbing senior horses in a holistic environment that honors their nature.

If this vision speaks to you, and you would like to be a part of it, please contact me via email at mary@SeniorHorseRehab.com.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Senior Horse Rehab

Mary Walby
Founder
God’s Window Senior Horse Rehab
mary@SeniorHorseRehab.com